I miss my days of living in the North of England, so when I find a film that perfectly captures the spirit of the people and the atmosphere of the landscapes I feel at home, amongst friends or possibly enemies, but either way in the company of truly living, breathing lives on screen. It’s this that director Jonathan Entwistle has seamlessly accomplished in his short Cotton Stones. He joins us to discuss how life’s little moments can play out as major incidents on screen.
Cotton Stones (2009)
A brother’s betrayal and the nightmare of growing up too fast, in a place where there is nothing to live for.